1) A bag or small sack.
1490 De j ald sekk ijd. De ij lytill ald poyckes iijd, York
1505 that thei open not theyr sakez and pokez and put non to saile, York
1612 stealing thence a poke and a pecke of barley meale, Cropton
1662 he found a quarter of lambe put into a poake and laid there with a stone upon it, Rotherham
1725 gave him a peck of apples and lent him a poak to put them in, Ilkley. Some pokes were used as measures: 1731 five mett poakes, two bushill poakes, Spofforth.